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Shoe collections to fight global poverty

More than a billion people worldwide have no shoes, leaving them vulnerable to injuries and infections that those of us who have multiple pairs of shoes never have to face. That is why, for the sixth consecutive year, Brighton has ...

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ESL opens Brighton branch

ESL Federal Credit Union celebrated the opening of its 20th branch last week at Twelve Corners in Brighton. ESL CEO David Fiedler and elected officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new branch at 1881 Monroe Ave. To show its ...

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Brighton gets funds for trail project

The town of Brighton has been awarded a $1.3 million grant for the development of the Highland Crossing Trail, in collaboration with the city of Rochester. This grant is part of a statewide award of approximately $67 million for 63 ...

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Comments sought on Brighton project

After years in the planning stages, the Winfield Park housing and commercial project proposed in Brighton received another public airing. A public hearing was held Wednesday on the draft environmental impact statement for the ambitious proposal, but there are more ...

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Former Brighton sports bar to be demolished

The days of the Woody’s II building in Brighton are numbered because town officials say the vacant structure is unsafe. The Town Board has ordered the demolition of the former sports bar and grill in the heavily trafficked commercial area ...

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Gallo & Iacovangelo move to Brighton

Founding Partner Frank B. Iacovangelo, left, and Managing Partner Michael J. Ringrose of Gallo & Iacovangelo LLP, are pictured at their new Brighton location Tuesday. Vasiliy Baziuk

Employees of the law firm Gallo & Iacovangelo LLP are settling in to their new quarters off Canal View Boulevard in the town of Brighton. They moved about 11 days ago from State Street where the firm had been located ...

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Brighton Democrats endorse candidates

Brighton Supervisor Bill Moehle, Town Clerk Daniel Aman and Town Councilmen Jim Vogel and Louise Novros all were endorsed by the town Democratic Committee in their re-election bids. Moehle, formerly a longtime town attorney, has served as supervisor since 2011. ...

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Brighton to hold hearing on fracking ban

After a year with a temporary ban on high-volume hydraulic fracturing in place, the town of Brighton may be willing to go a step farther. A public hearing on enacting an outright ban on this form of drilling for shale ...

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Brighton, Rush town justice candidates unopposed

There may be contested town justice races in East Rochester and Victor, but the heat is off for two town justice candidates in Brighton and Rush. Brighton Town Justice John A. Falk, a Democrat, is seeking a second four-year term. ...

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Holocaust Museum exhibit comes to Brighton

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester is hosting a traveling exhibit of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on “Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945.”   This nationally acclaimed exhibition, which is free and runs through July 22, tells the ...

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